Twitter has recently announced a sophisticated hacking attempt on its server which may have compromised the accounts of about 250,000 users.
According to Twitter, the hacker was able to get usernames, email addresses, security session tokens as well as encrypted passwords of some 250,000 users. It suggested everyone to make sure that they are using strong passwords and change their password if necessary. Continue reading
Google+ didn’t fail to get enough criticism from those who didn’t find much of their friends on the network. But recent statistics show that the network is actually not a “ghost town”, but only second most active social networking platform.
Global Web Index has recently published a report from data collected in Q4 2012 which shows that Google+ has more user activity than Twitter and YouTube. According to GWI.8, 21% of global Internet population uses Twitter actively on a monthly basis compared to 21% on YouTube, 25% on Google+ and a whooping 51% on Facebook.